Dr. Browne's Hand Sanitiser 220ml - kills 99.9% of viruses - BCB International Ltd

Dr. Browne's Hand Sanitiser 220ml (Neutral Scent)

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Stock Code: CL900

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Dr Browne's hand sanitiser, one of the strongest on the market, killing 99.9999% of viruses with an 80% alcohol concentration.

Unlike most hand sanitisers Dr Browne's has been tested against viruses and used widely by the NHS to provide premium protection. The 250ml bottle size is the perfect size for multiple uses, it fits in a car cupholder, ready for your long journeys, as well as being perfect to use at home or in the office. Put your safety first.

Also available on Amazon for single unit purchase

Key Features:

  • 80% alcohol concentration
  • Kills 99.9999% of virus
  • Proudly made in Britain
  • Scented
  • As used by the NHS
  • Eco-Friendly
  • Quick Drying
  • Can be used as a surface cleaner

Dr Browne's is approved to:
EN 1276:2019
EN 1500:2013
EN 13624:2013
EN 13727:2012 + A2:2015
EN 14476:2013 + A2:2019

Also available in 50ml, 475ml & 5L

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For personal orders, please place your order through Dr Browne's Shop.

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About Dr. Browne

In 1854, a Dr Browne came up with a cough medicine and shipped some off to British troops suffering in the trenches in the Crimean war. 60 years later, Dr Browne’s Cough Bottle gave the initials for a registered company, BCB.

“Dr Browne” has now been called back to do his duty for the community/country.

BCB International has put its experts to the task and created a number of new products to help combat corrent events including three specialist survival packs designed to help all of our lives, see our related products or visit the Personal Protective Equipment section on our website to find out more.

Soap versus sanitiser for preventing the transmission of acute respiratory infections in the community: a systematic review with meta-analysis and dose-response analysis.
Link: Tammy Hoffmann 1, et al.
Summary of abstract
Objective: To compare the effectiveness of hand hygiene using alcohol-based hand sanitiser to soap and water for preventing the transmission of acute respiratory infections (ARIs) and to assess the relationship between the dose of hand hygiene and the number of ARI, influenza-like illness (ILI) or influenza events.
Results: Eighteen trials were included. When meta-analysed, three trials of soap and water versus control found a non-significant increase in ARI events (risk ratio (RR) 1.23, 95% CI 0.78 to 1.93); six trials of sanitiser versus control found a significant reduction in ARI events (RR 0.80, 95% CI 0.71 to 0.89).
Conclusions: Adequately performed hand hygiene, with either soap or sanitiser, reduces the risk of ARI virus transmission; however, direct and indirect evidence suggest sanitiser might be more effective in practice.

Product Reviews

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Hand gel

Great they even fit in your handbag.

Hand sanitiser

Good value for money high strength sanitiser

Amazing hand sanitiser

I find it pleasant to use, you only need a very small amount. It was recommended to me by a cleaner of a company, he said he had tried various different brands but found this to be the best.

hand sanitiser gel

All good so far, it's kept my family and me illness free.

BCB Dr. Brown's Hand Sanitiser Gel

Gel is as described, a small amount covers well, is non sticky and dries quickly. I have the 250 ml bottles which are ideal for in the car and in my work bag.

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